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Can someone translate this for me? ¿Quién habla contigo? ¿Cuándo estudias con ella? ¿Qué escuchas con ellos? ¿Dónde practicas el español conmigo? ¿Qué miras con nosotros?

MIT 21F Spanish I - IV (OCW)
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I did, and none of it makes sense. Google translate is poopy.
DON'T use any translator!

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¿Quién habla contigo? ---> Who's talking with you? ¿Cuándo estudias con ella? ---> When do you study with her? ¿Qué escuchas con ellos? ---> What do you listen to with them? ¿Dónde practicas el español conmigo? ---> Where do you practice Spanish with me? ¿Qué miras con nosotros? ---> What do you look at with us?
Ahhh, what are you saying?! (>.<) Translators are terrible... They change up the meaning of the context...most of the time, if not always.
Don't listen to her, Google Translate! \(\LARGE\mathsf{I\ STILL\ LOVE\ YOU}\)
1.)Who talks to you? 2.)When do you study with her? 3.)What do you listen to with them? 4.)Where do you practice Spanish with me? 5.)What do you see with us? ***I speak spanish hmu anytime;D
but that still doesn't make too much sense D:
It makes perfect sense!
spanish isnt 100% senseful if you kno what i mean just make the most of what i gave u:\
Yeah, the translation might not be translated to the exact words you would use to say the same thing. But you can still figure out what they're trying to say. :P
I guess so :p
(╯°□°)╯=======┻━┻ (/•Д•)/
|dw:1352394863425:dw| My masterpiece.
actually, N *
Yep, that's all the code for the "N" Lol.
lal. how do colors?! |dw:1352400877229:dw|
Aww, that's adorable. Do what you did except click "TeX commands."
\Huge\color{RED}{\mathsf{O}} \Huge\color{RED}{\mathsf{R}} \Huge\color{RED}{\mathsf{L}} \Huge\color{RED}{\mathsf{Y}} \Huge\color{RED}{\mathsf{?}}
well crap.
You have to enclose it in \(
\Huge\color{RED}{\mathsf{or maybe this?}
and \)
wait, wat.
It's called \(\LaTeX\)
\(\( stuff \)\)
ermm... I'm confused
Do like that. Put what you copied in the middle.
\(\Huge\color{RED}{\mathsf{Got it. >:D }}\)
\(\but why LATEX\)\
For spaces use the \ And there's different sizes like Huge, huge, large, LARGE, large. And the mathsf makes it not italized. It defauts to italics. There's millions of colours, just look on Wikipedia. You can also do /mathbb for bold I think. There's also lots of symbols and fractions and things you can make with \(\LaTeX\)
\(LATEX\)? how do you make it go all over the place? >:C
What do you mean? ;_;
Ooh, it's the \LaTeX command.
The box, not the smile. :D
how to do box?
that's how :D
Use the grave accent for a box.
grave accent? o.o
Yeah.. the one on the tilde key.

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